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Soon you’ll be able to easily screen your brain for abnormalities—but should you?

Japanese company LPixel has developed an A.I. implement to identify mentality aneurysms, enabling patients to find them long before the self-evident indications. But some doctors forewarn that overscreening has its own disadvantages.

Earlier this month, in a private imaging clinic in the Ginza district of downtown Tokyo, I lay patiently as the MRI machine sounded and clanged. I wasn’t there at the request of a doctor, but to screen my brain using a machine learning tool announced EIRL, which is appointed after the Nordic goddess Eir. It’s the latest technology, focused on detecting brain aneurysms, from Tokyo-based LPixel, one of Japan’s largest firms working on artificial intelligence for healthcare. Brain aneurysms occurs when a blood vessel swells up like a balloon. If it explodes, it can be deadly.

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